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Santa Rosa Beach Flooding Woes? SERVPRO Can Bring Back Your Smile!

6/27/2019 (Permalink)

SERVPRO Is on Call to Removal Floodwaters from Santa Rosa Beach Properties

Equipment Used for Flood Extraction in Santa Rosa Beach

Extracting flood water from your Santa Rosa Beach home is no small task, and usually something you are hardly equipped to handle yourself. Hiring a flood extraction professional gives you access to a variety of equipment, trained personnel, and specific resources that make the process quicker and easier to perform.

Water damage restoration technicians (WRT) understand the methods for flood extraction in Santa Rosa Beach homes. Professional techniques give you the best chance at a full recovery. In most instances, homeowners attempt extraction on their own. Often leaving standing water behind that wreaks havoc on various areas of their home. Stagnant water is never a homeowner's friend.

SERVPRO technicians have access to hand-held portable water extractors that can reach smaller areas quickly and efficiently. We also use larger, truck-mounted units that are capable of extracting thousands of gallons of water fast. Portable extraction units remove water from carpet, upholstery, and a wide range of flooring options.

SERVPRO uses moisture sensors that emit a visual and audible alarm to signal water permeation and migration. With an aluminum body, retractable probes, sensor lights, and a buzzer, these devices make locating water in your home a simple task. A trained WRT can locate hidden pockets of moisture, removing the possibility of secondary damage down the road.

SERVPRO crew members also use dehumidifiers to remove moisture from the air in the affected area. A strategically placed dehumidifier removes large amounts of humid air and discharges warm, dry air providing a continual source that enhances the drying process. The warm air acts like a sponge, pulling moisture from materials found in the surrounding area.

Air movers enhance evaporation at the surface level, effectively reducing drying time. Although the equipment does not remove moisture from the air, used in combination with dehumidifiers, they are a useful tool that makes drying larger areas much faster than before.

SERVPRO of N. Okaloosa, Walton, Holmes & Washington Counties has emergency response teams available 24/7. We provide cleaning and restoration services throughout the surrounding area, happily supplying our local community with quality services they can trust. Call our local restoration office for more information or to schedule your properties initial inspection today. (850) 267-0746

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